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Bowel components (proximal to distal)
Dow Jones Industrial Climbing Average Closing Stock Report
Duodenum, Jejunum, Ilium, Cecum, Appendix, Colon, Sigmoid, Rectum
Spinal levels of the 3 diaphragm apertures (Aortic hiatus, Oesophagus, Vena Cava)
Aortic hiatus = 12 letters = T12
Oesophagus = 10 letters = T10
Vena cava = 8 letters = T8
External carotid artery branches.
Some Aggresive Lovers Find Odd Positions More Stimulating
Superior thyroid, Ascending pharangeal, Lingual, Facial, Occipital, Posterior auricular, Maxillary, Superficial temporal
Arrangement of Femoral triangle contents (lateral to medial).
NAVY
Nerve
Artery
Vein
"Y" of the groin
Erector spinae muscles (lateral to medial).
I Love Spines
Iliocostalis
Longissimus
Spinalis
Adductor magnus innervation.
AM SO!
Sciatic
Obturator
Abdominal muscles.
Spare TIRE around stomach.
Transversus abdominus
Internal abdominal oblique
Rectus abdominus
External abdominal oblique
Anterior forearm muscles (superficial group).
Pimps Fuck Prostitutes For Fun.
Pronator teres
Flexor carpi radialis
Palmaris longus
Flexor carpi ulnaris
Flexor digitorum superficialis (deep to others)
Extensor expansion location on the hand.
eXtensor eXpansion is on the proXimal phalynX
Eye rotation by eye muscles.
I Love S&M
Inferior oblique - Lateral
Superior oblique - Medial
Femoral triangle boundaries.
So I May Always Love Sally
Superiorly - Inguinal ligament
Medially - Adductor longus
Laterally - Sartorius
Lateral rotators of the hip.
Play Golf Or Go On Quaaludes
Piriformis, Gemellus superior, Obturator internus, Gemellus inferior, Obturator externus, Quadratus femoris
Actions of interossei muscles of the hand (dorsal vs. palmer).
PAd and DAb
Palmer ADduct, Dorsal ABduct
Number of interossei muscles of the hand (dorsal vs. palmer).
3 on the P
4 on the Dor
Intrinsic muscles of the hand (palmer side).
A of A of A
thenar (lat to med) - Abductor pollicus longus, Opponens pollicus, Flexor pollicus brevis, Adductor pollicus
hypothenar (lat to med) - Opponens digiti minimi, Flexor digiti minimi, Abductor digiti minimi
Inversion vs Eversion muscles of leg.
Eversion - pErineus longus, pErineus brevis, pErinius terttius
Inversion - tIbialis ant, tIbialis post
Lower limb peripheral nerve injuries.
Drop into a DEeP PIT and shuffle your way out.
foot Drop is from Dorsiflexors and Evertors paralysis due to common Peroneal nerve lesion
Plantarflexion and Inversion impairment from Tibial nerve lesion resulting in shuffling gait
Potentially absent muscles of the body.
5 P's
Palmaris longus
Plantaris
Peroneus tertius
Pyramidalis
Psoas minor
Arrangement of Popliteal fossa's contents (med to lat).
Set Serve And Volley Next Ball
Semimembranosus / Semitendinosus
Artery
Vein
Nerve
Biceps femoris
Popliteal fossa's muscle arrangement.
The 2 Semi's go together (semitendinosus and semimembranosus)
the Membranosus is Medial and since it goes with semitendinosus then Biceps femoris must be lateral
Psoas major innervation.
if you hit L2, L3, L4 then psoas gets SOAR
Which pterygoid opens or closes the jaw?
when saying the first letter of Lateral, your lips (jaw) are open - Opens the jaw
saying Medial, the lips (jaw) is closed - Closes the jaw
Rotator cuff muscles (clockwise from the top).
SITS
Supraspinatus
Infraspinatus
Teres minor
Subscapularis
Bell's palsy symptoms.
BELL'S palsy
Blink reflex abnormal
Earache
Lacrimation (deficient or excess)
Loss of taste
Sudden onset
Brachial plexus branches (lat to med).
MARMU
Musculocutaneous
Axillary
Radial
Median
Ulnar
Brachial plexus subunits.
"Rugby Teams Drink Cold Beer"
Roots
Trunks
Divisions
Cords
Branches
Brachial plexus posterior cord branches.
STAR
Subscapular
Thoracodorsal
Axillary
Radial
Deep tendon refex root supply.
"1,2 buckle my shoe - 3,4 kick the door - 5,6 pick up sticks - 7,8 shut the gate"
S1-2 ankle
L3-4 knee
C5-6 biceps / brachioradialis
C7,8 triceps
Diaphragm innervation.
"3, 4, 5 keeps the diaphragm alive"
C3,4,5
Extraocular muscle cranial nerve innervation.
"LR6SO4 rest 3"
Lateral Rectus - CN VI
Sup Oblique - CN IV
the rest - CN III
Hand muscles innervated by the Median nerve.
"meat LLOAF"
Lumbrical 1
Lumbrical 2
Opponens pollicus
Abductor pollicus brevis
Flexor pollicus brevis
Which pectoral muscle goes through pec minor AND pec major, Lateral pec nerve or Medial pec nerve?
"Lateral Less, Medial More"
Lateral pec nerve only goes to pec maj
Medial pec nerve goes to pec maj AND pec min
Muscles innervated by the Radial nerve.
"BEST muscles"
Brachioradialis
Extensors
Supinator
Triceps
Spinal cord length in vertebral column.
"SCULL"
Spinal Cord Until L2 (LL)
Cubital fossa contents (lat to med).
"Really Need Booze To Be At My Best"
Radial Nerve
Biceps Tendon
Brachial Artery
Median Nerve
Nerve lesions of the hand.
"DR CUMA"
Drop hand = Radial
Claw hand = Ulnar
Median = Ape (or Apostle) hand
Walls of the Inguinal canal.
"MALT"
2 Muscles (sup wall) - internal oblique, transv abdominus
2 Aponeuroses (Ant wall) - apon. of ext and int oblique
2 Ligaments (Lower wall) - inguinal and lacunar
2 T's (post wall) - transv. fascia, conjoint tendon
2 landmarks of L4.
"B4U"
Bifurcation of aorta
L4
Umbilicus
How to know dif between Peroneal nerve and Perineal nerve.
"PerONeal is ON the leg"
"PerINeal is IN between the legs"
Which bronchii is more vertical?
"Inhale a bite, goes down the right"
Bronchopulmonary segments of the right lung.
(from sup to inf)
"A Palm Seed Makes Another Little Palm"
Apical, Posterior, Anterior, Lateral, Medial, Superior, Medial basal, Anterior basal, Lateral basal, Posterior basal
Bronchopulmonary segments of the left lung.
(from sup to inf)
"Astute Anatomists Share Inside Secrets About Lungs"
Apicoposterior, Anterior, Superior, Inferior, Superior, Anteromedial basal, Lateral basal
Symptoms of Horner's syndrome.
"PAM"
Ptosis
Anhydrosis
Miosis
Nasal cavity components.
"Never Call Me Needle Nose!"
Nares (external)
Conchae
Meatuses
Nares (internal)
Nasopharynx
The 3 types of Tonsils.
"PPL (people) have tonsils."
Pharyngeal
Palatine
Lingual
Broad ligament contents.
"BROAD"
Bundle (ovarian neurovascular)
Round ligament
Ovarian ligament
Artifacts (vestigial structures)
Duct (oviduct)
Scrotum layers.
(superficial to deep)
Some Damn Englishman Called It The Testes.
Skin, Dartos, Ext spermatic fascia, Cremaster, Internal spermatic fascia, Tunica vaginalis
Sperm's pathway through the male reproductive system.
"Zach's boyfriend's name is STEVE"
Seminiferous Tubules
Epididymus
Vas deferens
Ejaculatory duct
Nerves that could be affected by an humeral fracture.
(from sup to inf)
ARM fracture
Axillary (head of humerus)
Radial (mid shaft)
Median (supracondylar)
Carpal bones.
(clockwise from proximal thumb)
So Long To Pinky, Here Comes The Thumb.
Scaphoid, Lunate, Triquetrium, Pisiform, Hamate, Capitate, Trapezoid, Trapezium
How to know Trapezium or Trapezoid's position.
TrapeziUM is by the thumb
TrapezOID is by it's side
Which Cruciate ligament inserts more medially?
"PAMs APpLes"
Posterior passes Anteriorly, inserts Medially
Anterior passes Posteriorly, inserts Laterally
Is the Capitulum on the ulnar or radius?
CUTeR
Capitulum - Ulnar
Trochlea - Radius
Facial bones.
"Virgins Can Not Make My Penis (Z)ize Longer."
Vomer, Conchae, Nasal, Maxilla, Mandible, Palatine, Zygomatic, Lacrimal
Foramen ovale contents.
OVALE
Otic ganglion (just inferior)
V3 cranial nerve
Accesory meningeal nerve
Lesser pertrosal nerve
Emissary veins
Genu valgum vs. varum.
valGUM - knees are GUMmed together
Colle's vs. Smith's hand fractures.
Colle's - hand/arm position makes a C
Smith's - hand/arm position makes a S
Muscle attachment's on the Hyoid bone.
(lat to med)
"Criste, He Didn't Screw Girls Much. That' Obvious Stupid."
Constricter (middle), Hyoglossus, Digastric, Stylohyoid, Geniohyoid, Mylohyoid, Thyrohyoid, Omohyoid, Sternohyoid
(first sentence is for the 6 attaching superiorly, next is for the 3 inferiorly)
Order of tendons, arteries , and nerve behind the Medial Malleolus.
(ant to post)
"Tom, Dick, And Not Harry"
Tibialis posterior
Digitorum (flexor dig superficialis)
Artery (posterior tibial)
Nerve (posterior tibial)
Hallicus (flexor hallicus longus)
Ossification ages.
(in order)
"Every Potential Anatomist Should Know When" they ossify.
Elbow - 16 years
Pelvis, Ankle - 17 years
Shoulder, Knee - 18 years
Wrist - 19 years
Order of intercostal blood vessels and nerve.
(sup to inf)
"VAN"
Vein
Artery
Nerve
Structures passing through SOF.
"Lazy French Teenagers Lie Naked In Anticipation Of Sex"
Lacrimal nerve, Frontal nerve, Trochlear nerve, Lateral nerve, Nasociliary nerve, Internal nerve, Abducens nerve, Opthalmic veins, Sympathetic nerves
Tarsal bones.
(sup to inf, med to lat)
"TALL CALifornian NAVy MEDIcal INTERns LAy CUties"
TALus, CALcaneus, NAVicular, MEDial cuneiform, LAteral cuneiform, INTERmediate cuneiform, LAteral cuneiform, CUboid
Tarsel tunnel contents.
"Tiny Dogs Are Not Hunters"
Tibialis posterior
Digitorum (flexor dig. longus)
Artery (posterior tibial)
Nerve (tibial)
Hallicus (flexor hal. longus)
Muscles that attach to the Pes Anserinus (the med part of the tibia)
"a Girl between 2 Sargents"
Sartorius
Gracilus
Semitendonosus
Number of facets in a typical thoracic vertebra.
"Typical Thoracic has Ten facets."
Which vertebral bodies are shaped like a heart?
Thoracics - heart (heart is in thor. area)
Lumbars - kidney beans (kidneys are in lum. area)